Friday, November 21, 2008

Personalise your Google search results

The new feature, called SearchWiki, is designed to allow Google users greater control of search engine results by letting them re-rank, delete or suggest better pages and also to make comments on results.

It has released today.

The new feature is the first time that the internet's most popular search engine has allowed its users to change the order of search results.It also marks a new era in which users' preferences can be used to help with search engine results, rather than relying solely on automated formulas for ranking websites.The feature is available to those signed in to their own Google search accounts.

A series of options will appear along with Google search results. These include options to re-rank or delete recommendations, add a better webpage or leave a comment. The results are recorded until you change or alter them and help when you search for the same thing.


November 23, 2008 at 6:47 PM Dayu said...


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